Today's News

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club makes donation

    Radcliff Woman’s Club member Barbara Proffitt present a check for $300 to Vine Grove Mayor Blake Proffitt, a member of the committee to erect a monument to the victims and survivors of the 9/11 terror attack at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central.

  • Thank you for State Farm Open

  • Thank you from White Mills Civic League

    Once again White Mills Days has come and gone. We want to thank all those who contributed in any way to the success of the program this year. The men who grilled the chicken are to be commended for an excellent job. The members of White Mills Volunteer Fire Department contributed numerous hours to help security and setting up. Also, we want to thank them for all that they do throughout the year.

  • United Way starts ‘win-win’ partnership

    For the United Way of Central Kentucky, an opportunity to better serve the community always is welcome. So when the Ohio Valley United Way approached Executive Director Christopher Wilborn a year ago about the possibility of shifting the coverage of Breckinridge County into his territory, he saw the potential the move could have.

    “It was certainly an opportunity I was excited about,” Wilborn said.

  • Summer job led to golden arches for CHHS student



    Though most high school students seek a summer job for sheer financial need, many other considerations come into play when choosing where to apply.

    The type of job, the location of the business and the hours involved, not to mention whether or not the business is hiring, are just a few examples.

    That was true for Central Hardin High School student Kaitlynne Wilcox, who found herself looking for a job last summer.

  • Woman's Club supports Brown-Pusey House

    Regina Lancaster, treasurer of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown and a member of the Brown-Pusey House Board, presents David Butler, president of the Brown-Pusey House Board, with a check for $1,000 to help refurnish the upstairs windows of the Brown-Pusey House.

  • Vine Grove High School Class of '52 has reunion

    The Vine Grove High School Class of ’52 met at Ryan’s Steak House on June 24 for a reunion. There were 15 classmates, along with spouses, which brought the total to 26 people in attendance. Back row from left, Russell Hargan, class president; Donald Nelson, George Sanson, Jimmy Lancaster, Thomas Stith, Elroy Johnson and Baxter Griffith; second row, standing, Betty Sue Davis French, Mary Agnes Harper Sears, Lois Pfeiffer Bell and Rosemary Richardson Johnson; front row, seated, John O. Hibbs, Ilah Hibbs Joyce, Phyllis Cobel Shumate and Virginia Ray Davis.

  • Local resident completes ROTC Leader's Training Course

    For one ROTC cadet who had all his goals in order, one misstep, literally, had his future hanging in the balance.

    Phillip Harris, a senior at the University of Louisville and an Elizabethtown resident, was participating in a night land navigation training exercise during the U.S. Army Cadet Command Leader’s Training Course at Fort Knox when he stepped in a depression and fell about six feet. The fall caused his left knee to swell.

  • Happy Meals tested locally go national

    McDonalds Happy Meals nationwide will include a bag of apple slices with caramel dipping sauce and fewer fries in the future.

    Local customers have been there and done that. This area served as a test market for the change.

    The Happy Meal changes will be applied nationwide as part of a company plan announced Tuesday to make many meal options healthier with fewer calories and less sugar and sodium.

    Happy Meals across the U.S. will complete their transition by April, according to a news release from McDonalds’ corporate office.

  • Backpack Program in need of 'adoptions'

    A local charitable organization is looking to the community for help in reaching out to the youngest Kentucky residents.

    When the school year begins, children in 33 counties will receive food from Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland. But to do so, the organization needs money from donors.